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Seena Donneson
American (1924-2020)

Untitled

$300-$500

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bronze with applied gold patina
10 x 5 x 2 1/4 inches
incised on the back

inscribed ‘/A09’ on the side of the base

very good condition

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Seena Donneson

American, 1924-2020

Senna Donneson was born in New York City, and received her art education at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. Donneson describes her work as “fragments lost in time” sourcing inspiration from her travels to see the progression of technology through the tombs of the Pharaohs, the Mayan Temples in the Yucatan, as well as the engineering miracles in the Netherlands. The artworks constructed from paper and bronze reflect the decay and rebirth that is taking place along with the creation of our new high-tech society, providing a reminder of the paths of our own human history. As a reflection of Donneson’s abundant career, her works are included in the permanent collections of the following institutions: Museum of Modern Art, NYC, Citibank, NYC, Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art, Florida, Phillip Morris International, NYC, Equitable Life Insurance, NYC, USIA Art in Embassies Program (Japan, Canada and throughout Europe), Princeton University, NJ.

Seena Donneson

American 1924-2020

Senna Donneson was born in New York City, and received her art education at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. Donneson describes her work as “fragments lost in time” sourcing inspiration from her travels to see the progression of technology through the tombs of the Pharaohs, the Mayan Temples in the Yucatan, as well as the engineering miracles in the Netherlands. The artworks constructed from paper and bronze reflect the decay and rebirth that is taking place along with the creation of our new high-tech society, providing a reminder of the paths of our own human history. As a reflection of Donneson’s abundant career, her works are included in the permanent collections of the following institutions: Museum of Modern Art, NYC, Citibank, NYC, Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art, Florida, Phillip Morris International, NYC, Equitable Life Insurance, NYC, USIA Art in Embassies Program (Japan, Canada and throughout Europe), Princeton University, NJ.

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